Ukraine: Cleanup starts in City Hall after mysterious ‘Narnia’ protester group camps there

Written by on February 18, 2014 in Europe - No comments

When Kyiv city officials entered their offices inside city hall on Feb. 17 for the first time in nearly three months, they found them looking and smelling very different indeed.

Razor wire draped in shimmery holiday tinsel hung in the building’s foyer, anti-government posters and messages, such as “out with the bandits,” lined the stairwells. Old and fresh graffiti adorned the walls, many of which had been bashed in and punctured.

SEE THE KYIV POST’S PHOTO GALLERY OF IMAGES FROM KYIV CITY HALL TAKEN ON FEB. 16.

On the third floor, the smell of body odor, rotting food and stale cigarette smoke lingered. Cleanup crews worked all morning there, stuffing blue trash bags full of everything from discarded sandwiches, beer bottles and bedding to broken furniture, gas masks and grappling hooks.

For the full story, please visit The Kyiv Post

(Archive photo: TukvaSociopat)

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